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Dave Davies photo by Ian Heath

Dave Davies Delivers Another Song from Decade ‘Same Old Blues’

by Paul Cashmere on September 20, 2018

in News

Dave Davies is previewing his ‘Decade’ album with another song ‘Same Old Blues’.

‘Decade’ is a 13 track collection of previously unreleased recordings by Davies from the 70s. The tapes were discovered in Dave’s attic, from storage and even under the bed of his sons Martin and Simon. Simon Davies produced the tracks.

“It sounds so good…You know, it’s got the ambience, the feel [and] the sonic correctness, almost, of that period,” says Dave in a statement.

Dave’s previous album ‘Open Road’ in 2017 was a collaboration with his son Russ.

Dave Davies Decade tracklisting

Dave Davies Decade1. Cradle to the Grave
2. Midnight Sun
3. Islands
4. If You Are Leaving
5. Web of Time
6. Mystic Woman
7. Give You All My Love
8. The Journey
9. Within Each Day
10. Same Old Blues
11. Mr. Moon
12. Shadows
13. This Precious Time (Long Lonely Road)

‘Decade’ will be released on 12 October 2018.

Dave toured the USA earlier this year.

Dave Davies setlist April 21 2018 Minnesota USA

Till the End of the Day (from The Kinks, The Kink Kontroversy, 1965)
I Need You (The Kinks b-side, 1965)
Creeping Jean (Dave b-side, 1969)
Tired of Waiting for You (from Kinda Kinks, 1965)
Susannah’s Still Alive (Dave single, 1967)
See My Friends (The Kinks single, 1965)
Path Is Long (from Dave Davies and Russ Davies, Open Road, 2017)
Strangers (from The Kinks, Lola Verses Powerman and the Money Go Round, 1970)
Too Much on My Mind (from The Kinks, Face To Face, 1966)
Young and Innocent Days (from The Kinks, Arthur (Or the Decline and Fall of the British Empire, 1969)
Death of a Clown (from The Kinks, Something Else by The Kinks, 1967)
Dead End Street (The Kinks single, 1966)
Living on a Thin Line (from The Kinks, Word of Mouth, 1984)
All Day and All of the Night (single, 1964)

I’m Not Like Everybody Else (The Kinks b-side, 1966)
You Really Got Me (from The Kinks, You Really Got Me, 1965)

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